11-25-2008 04:13 PM
I'm curious as to why people love their favorite books.
My favorite book is Twilight. I love it because it is about love and how strong an emotion it is. It is also about vampires which is kind of my favorite thing right now.
Okay, I don't want any compalints about other peoples faves. If you want to get into a nice discussion about your faves go ahead. But no arguements
11-25-2008 04:35 PM
I have two top Favorites
Twilight. I love Twilight because its so believable - in a way. You can relate to Bella Swan - in most of the books - and I love that. Its so awesome. I also have a thing for vampires. Strong. Fast. Sexy. Love them!
Cirque Du Freak. This book was an awesome series. Even though its from a male point of view, I still kind of relate to him. I would tell how I relate to him, but I don't want to give anything away. So yeah.
11-25-2008 05:09 PM
"Waiting for a special occasion to kill me? Christmas is coming."
11-25-2008 05:30 PM
11-26-2008 07:07 PM
Wicked Lovely has to be my new favorite book. It's about faeries and other mystical things, it gets a little confusing but I love the romance. I seriously think that if you liked Twilight that you would love Wicked Lovely as well.
I think I loved it because it was romanc-ey but still mystical.
11-27-2008 03:56 PM
My favorite books change from month to month, depending on what I'm reading. Lol.
My fave right now has to be Hunger Games or Skinned. Both of them are amazing.
12-11-2008 05:14 PM
I love a book if it's well-written, not too sappy/annoying, isn't heavy horror (I don't like being scared), and I'm not a fan of most (I mean most, not all) fantasy or sci-fi (as in, there are exceptions). (Blue Bloods I liked because of the Gossip Girl-esque atmosphere, Gemma Doyle I liked because it was well-written and it had intrigue, Narnia I liked because I had wanted to read them).
I like contemporary teen fiction, light horror (think Fear Street Series), edginess, historical fiction (certain eras), mystery/intrigue/suspense, funny novels (a funny romance without the excess sappiness/annoying factor is okay), dramatic novels...I'm all over the place.